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  • How Lady Bird Captures Identity Crisis and the Anxieties of Leaving the Nest on camera

    written by sarahlindsayk on 2018-02-16 #news #videos
    How Lady Bird Captures Identity Crisis and the Anxieties of Leaving the Nest on camera

    Greta Gerwig's directoral debut in Lady Bird is something to not be missed. By showing us what how even the most confident of people can be torn down to their barest bones by coming to terms with the question "who am I?" A question asked by the story as well as the camera.

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  • First Date: Shooting from the Hip with the Lomo LC-A

    written by lomographymagazine on 2018-02-12 #gear
    First Date: Shooting from the Hip with the Lomo LC-A

    To honor its creative contribution to their everyday lives, four Lomographers look back on their journey with the Lomo LC-A and how it changed the way they see the world.

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  • Analogue Girl in a Digital World?

    shared by shalinis on 2018-02-01

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  • Vintage style

    shared by elvismartinezsmith on 2010-01-09

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  • Roll #1

    shared by ekeupratama on 2018-01-28

    I shot the film with the right asa setting. I use fresh film roll and I check the red light indicator of LC-A+ and it looks normal and working. But the result is under exposure and it can be seen in the negative. I think it's a batteries problem because it's almost a year of usage (?)

  • Roll #1

    shared by ekeupratama on 2018-01-28

    I shot the film with the right asa setting. I use fresh film roll and I check the red light indicator of LC-A+ and it looks normal and working. But the result is under exposure and it can be seen in the negative. I think it's a batteries problem because it's almost a year of usage (?)

  • Roll #1

    shared by ekeupratama on 2018-01-28

    I shot the film with the right asa setting. I use fresh film roll and I check the red light indicator of LC-A+ and it looks normal and working. But the result is under exposure and it can be seen in the negative. I think it's a batteries problem because it's almost a year of usage (?)

  • Roll #1

    shared by ekeupratama on 2018-01-28

    I shot the film with the right asa setting. I use fresh film roll and I check the red light indicator of LC-A+ and it looks normal and working. But the result is under exposure and it can be seen in the negative. I think it's a batteries problem because it's almost a year of usage (?)

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  • Roll #1

    shared by ekeupratama on 2018-01-28

    I shot the film with the right asa setting. I use fresh film roll and I check the red light indicator of LC-A+ and it looks normal and working. But the result is under exposure and it can be seen in the negative. I think it's a batteries problem because it's almost a year of usage (?)

  • Roll #1

    shared by ekeupratama on 2018-01-28

    I shot the film with the right asa setting. I use fresh film roll and I check the red light indicator of LC-A+ and it looks normal and working. But the result is under exposure and it can be seen in the negative. I think it's a batteries problem because it's almost a year of usage (?)

  • Roll #1

    shared by ekeupratama on 2018-01-28

    I shot the film with the right asa setting. I use fresh film roll and I check the red light indicator of LC-A+ and it looks normal and working. But the result is under exposure and it can be seen in the negative. I think it's a batteries problem because it's almost a year of usage (?)

  • Roll #1

    shared by ekeupratama on 2018-01-28

    I shot the film with the right asa setting. I use fresh film roll and I check the red light indicator of LC-A+ and it looks normal and working. But the result is under exposure and it can be seen in the negative. I think it's a batteries problem because it's almost a year of usage (?)

  • Roll #1

    shared by ekeupratama on 2018-01-28

    I shot the film with the right asa setting. I use fresh film roll and I check the red light indicator of LC-A+ and it looks normal and working. But the result is under exposure and it can be seen in the negative. I think it's a batteries problem because it's almost a year of usage (?)

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  • Roll #1

    shared by ekeupratama on 2018-01-28

    I shot the film with the right asa setting. I use fresh film roll and I check the red light indicator of LC-A+ and it looks normal and working. But the result is under exposure and it can be seen in the negative. I think it's a batteries problem because it's almost a year of usage (?)

  • Roll #1

    shared by ekeupratama on 2018-01-28

    I shot the film with the right asa setting. I use fresh film roll and I check the red light indicator of LC-A+ and it looks normal and working. But the result is under exposure and it can be seen in the negative. I think it's a batteries problem because it's almost a year of usage (?)

  • Roll #1

    shared by ekeupratama on 2018-01-28

    I shot the film with the right asa setting. I use fresh film roll and I check the red light indicator of LC-A+ and it looks normal and working. But the result is under exposure and it can be seen in the negative. I think it's a batteries problem because it's almost a year of usage (?)

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  • Roll #1

    shared by ekeupratama on 2018-01-28

    I shot the film with the right asa setting. I use fresh film roll and I check the red light indicator of LC-A+ and it looks normal and working. But the result is under exposure and it can be seen in the negative. I think it's a batteries problem because it's almost a year of usage (?)

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  • Roll #1

    shared by ekeupratama on 2018-01-28

    I shot the film with the right asa setting. I use fresh film roll and I check the red light indicator of LC-A+ and it looks normal and working. But the result is under exposure and it can be seen in the negative. I think it's a batteries problem because it's almost a year of usage (?)

  • Roll #1

    shared by ekeupratama on 2018-01-28

    I shot the film with the right asa setting. I use fresh film roll and I check the red light indicator of LC-A+ and it looks normal and working. But the result is under exposure and it can be seen in the negative. I think it's a batteries problem because it's almost a year of usage (?)

  • Roll #1

    shared by ekeupratama on 2018-01-28

    I shot the film with the right asa setting. I use fresh film roll and I check the red light indicator of LC-A+ and it looks normal and working. But the result is under exposure and it can be seen in the negative. I think it's a batteries problem because it's almost a year of usage (?)

  • Roll #1

    shared by ekeupratama on 2018-01-28

    I shot the film with the right asa setting. I use fresh film roll and I check the red light indicator of LC-A+ and it looks normal and working. But the result is under exposure and it can be seen in the negative. I think it's a batteries problem because it's almost a year of usage (?)

  • Roll #1

    shared by ekeupratama on 2018-01-28

    I shot the film with the right asa setting. I use fresh film roll and I check the red light indicator of LC-A+ and it looks normal and working. But the result is under exposure and it can be seen in the negative. I think it's a batteries problem because it's almost a year of usage (?)

  • Roll #1

    shared by ekeupratama on 2018-01-28

    I shot the film with the right asa setting. I use fresh film roll and I check the red light indicator of LC-A+ and it looks normal and working. But the result is under exposure and it can be seen in the negative. I think it's a batteries problem because it's almost a year of usage (?)

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  • Roll #1

    shared by ekeupratama on 2018-01-28

    I shot the film with the right asa setting. I use fresh film roll and I check the red light indicator of LC-A+ and it looks normal and working. But the result is under exposure and it can be seen in the negative. I think it's a batteries problem because it's almost a year of usage (?)

  • Roll #1

    shared by ekeupratama on 2018-01-28

    I shot the film with the right asa setting. I use fresh film roll and I check the red light indicator of LC-A+ and it looks normal and working. But the result is under exposure and it can be seen in the negative. I think it's a batteries problem because it's almost a year of usage (?)

  • Roll #1

    shared by ekeupratama on 2018-01-28

    I shot the film with the right asa setting. I use fresh film roll and I check the red light indicator of LC-A+ and it looks normal and working. But the result is under exposure and it can be seen in the negative. I think it's a batteries problem because it's almost a year of usage (?)

  • Roll #1

    shared by ekeupratama on 2018-01-28

    I shot the film with the right asa setting. I use fresh film roll and I check the red light indicator of LC-A+ and it looks normal and working. But the result is under exposure and it can be seen in the negative. I think it's a batteries problem because it's almost a year of usage (?)

  • Roll #1

    shared by ekeupratama on 2018-01-28

    I shot the film with the right asa setting. I use fresh film roll and I check the red light indicator of LC-A+ and it looks normal and working. But the result is under exposure and it can be seen in the negative. I think it's a batteries problem because it's almost a year of usage (?)

  • Roll #1

    shared by ekeupratama on 2018-01-28

    I shot the film with the right asa setting. I use fresh film roll and I check the red light indicator of LC-A+ and it looks normal and working. But the result is under exposure and it can be seen in the negative. I think it's a batteries problem because it's almost a year of usage (?)

  • Roll #1

    shared by ekeupratama on 2018-01-28

    I shot the film with the right asa setting. I use fresh film roll and I check the red light indicator of LC-A+ and it looks normal and working. But the result is under exposure and it can be seen in the negative. I think it's a batteries problem because it's almost a year of usage (?)

  • Roll #1

    shared by ekeupratama on 2018-01-28

    I shot the film with the right asa setting. I use fresh film roll and I check the red light indicator of LC-A+ and it looks normal and working. But the result is under exposure and it can be seen in the negative. I think it's a batteries problem because it's almost a year of usage (?)

  • Roll #1

    shared by ekeupratama on 2018-01-28

    I shot the film with the right asa setting. I use fresh film roll and I check the red light indicator of LC-A+ and it looks normal and working. But the result is under exposure and it can be seen in the negative. I think it's a batteries problem because it's almost a year of usage (?)

  • Roll #1

    shared by ekeupratama on 2018-01-28

    I shot the film with the right asa setting. I use fresh film roll and I check the red light indicator of LC-A+ and it looks normal and working. But the result is under exposure and it can be seen in the negative. I think it's a batteries problem because it's almost a year of usage (?)

  • Roll #1

    shared by ekeupratama on 2018-01-28

    I shot the film with the right asa setting. I use fresh film roll and I check the red light indicator of LC-A+ and it looks normal and working. But the result is under exposure and it can be seen in the negative. I think it's a batteries problem because it's almost a year of usage (?)

  • Roll #1

    shared by ekeupratama on 2018-01-28

    I shot the film with the right asa setting. I use fresh film roll and I check the red light indicator of LC-A+ and it looks normal and working. But the result is under exposure and it can be seen in the negative. I think it's a batteries problem because it's almost a year of usage (?)

  • Roll #1

    shared by ekeupratama on 2018-01-28

    I shot the film with the right asa setting. I use fresh film roll and I check the red light indicator of LC-A+ and it looks normal and working. But the result is under exposure and it can be seen in the negative. I think it's a batteries problem because it's almost a year of usage (?)

  • Roll #1

    shared by ekeupratama on 2018-01-28

    I shot the film with the right asa setting. I use fresh film roll and I check the red light indicator of LC-A+ and it looks normal and working. But the result is under exposure and it can be seen in the negative. I think it's a batteries problem because it's almost a year of usage (?)

  • Roll #1

    shared by ekeupratama on 2018-01-28

    I shot the film with the right asa setting. I use fresh film roll and I check the red light indicator of LC-A+ and it looks normal and working. But the result is under exposure and it can be seen in the negative. I think it's a batteries problem because it's almost a year of usage (?)

  • Roll #1

    shared by ekeupratama on 2018-01-28

    I shot the film with the right asa setting. I use fresh film roll and I check the red light indicator of LC-A+ and it looks normal and working. But the result is under exposure and it can be seen in the negative. I think it's a batteries problem because it's almost a year of usage (?)

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